PIVOT – A local fave, Tempe, AZ’s own, Pivot Cycles, puts design and aesthetic to the max. From XC to World Cup DH, Pivot utilizes another one of Dave Weagle’s creations; the DW Link is renowned for its efficient pedaling and gobs of traction.

GIANT – As one of the industry’s largest manufacturers, these guys are giant, through and through. From kid’s bikes to World Cup race rigs, Giant offers something for everybody and every budget.




LIV CYCLING – “For women, by women, with women”, the sister company to Giant aims to make cycling more inclusive by designing and building bikes and gear with specifically tailored geometry for women.




TRANSITION – Progression. Progression. Progression. The folks at Transition, out of Bellingham, WA, have been at the forefront of the “low and long” movement since its inception. This translates into some of the most capable bikes in the industry. Oh, and fast.




ORBEA BIKES – This Spanish brand has combined high-quality carbon and aluminum manufacturing with custom paint options and lightweight frames to create industry-leading bikes.




Intense bikesINTENSE– Founded in 1993, an innovator in the MTB industry with bold, striking designs, engineered to compete at the pinnacle of the sport. Intense has brought us some of the boldest, most aggressive and innovative bikes in the history of our sport.




ESKER CYCLES– Beyond just a bike company, Esker is a fusion of the rider owned dedication of passionate mountain bikers, the cumulative experience of industry veterans, and the desire to make the best product possible available to anyone and everyone that wants to get out and ride. Esker bikes are ready to ride wherever you choose to roll.



MARIN – The O.G. of the mountain bike world, Marin was formed in 1986 in Marin County, CA. They fell out for a minute, but are back on the MTB scene and better than ever. Progressive build kits and efficient suspension, these guys are making waves.




SCOTT BIKES – Under Nino Schurter and Kate Courtney, Scott bikes have won more World Cup and World Championships than we can count. These bikes are fast.